Mahindra teases three EV SUV concepts ahead of July unveil

    All three SUVs have been designed at Mahindra’s UK-based MADE division.

    Published On Feb 11, 2022 07:00:00 PM

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    Mahindra has just teased three new electric SUV concepts under what it has dubbed the ‘Born Electric Vision’. The three models have been designed by the UK-based Mahindra Advance Design Europe (MADE) division that is headed by Pratap Bose, and the new SUVs are set to be unveiled in their entirety this July.

    • Mahindra teases three EVs – a compact-SUV, midsize SUV and SUV coupe
    • All three SUVs will be based on a new EV platform

    The teaser video by Mahindra doesn’t show a whole lot of details. What we can see, however, is that the three SUVs have very concept car-looking designs with distinctive C-shaped LED signatures at the front and rear, with each model having a slight variation. Another thing we can tell is that the three SUVs comprise what appears to be a compact-SUV, a midsize SUV and an SUV coupe.

    According to our sources, all three SUVs will be based on a new, bespoke 'Born Electric' EV platform. The SUV coupe teased in the video is likely a preview of the XUV900 coupe, while the midsize SUV is likely to be an electric version of the XUV700. The compact-SUV teased in the video won’t be the eXUV300 that we have seen before, and would instead be an all-new model. We expect more details to surface about each of these EV SUVs closer to their unveil.

    What do you think about these upcoming all-electric Mahindra SUVs? Let us know in the comments below.

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